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The American Clock

For them the clock would never strike midnight, the dance and the music could never stop…’

The American Clock turns, fortunes are made and lives are broken. In New York City in 1929, the stock market crashed and everything changed.

In an American society governed by race and class, we meet the Baum family as they navigate the aftermath of an unprecedented financial crisis. The world pulses with a soundtrack fusing 1920s swing and jazz with a fiercely contemporary sound, creating a backdrop that spans a vast horizon from choking high rises to rural heartlands.

Arthur Miller's ground-breaking play runs throughout February and March 2019 at The Old Vic. Visionary director Rachel Chavkin (Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812Hadestown) presents this play about hope, idealism and a nation’s unwavering faith in capitalism.

There will also be Access performances

  • Audio described performance: Mon 25 Mar, 7.30pm
  • Captioned performance: Fri 22 Mar, 7.30pm

MILLER DOUBLE BILL TICKET: Book both shows before 1 Jan 2019 and receive 15% off your tickets. Available on bands A–C only. Excludes Saturday evening performances and concessionary rates. Shows must be purchased together to receive the 15% discount.

For more information, visit The Old Vic website.

Discover The Old Vic

EXPERIENCE THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE AT THE OLD VIC.

Under the artistic direction of Matthew Warchus, The Old Vic presents an exciting and eclectic programme of new writing, classic plays, musicals, dance and variety.

With a unique sense of event at every performance, this 200 year old building is one of London’s best-loved and oldest theatres. Located just a stone's throw away from Waterloo Station, the theatre has had a fascinating history with several incarnations - including being the original home of the National Theatre of Great Britain before it found it's permanent spot on the South Bank. The venue made headlines when it announced in 2003 that Kevin Spacey would become Artistic Director, being succeeded by Matthew Warchus in 2015.

Today The Old Vic acknowledges it's deep theatrical roots whilst focusing on invigorating new writing with works that engage in diverse conversation.

More about The Old Vic

The Old Vic has a varied history going back to the early 19th Century when it first opened in 1818. A great many exciting and notable things have happened between the opening of its doors to the present day, let us tell you about a few of them

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The Old Vic

The Old Vic
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London
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